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How sodium polyacrylate is prepared?

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try to find the answer yourselve dude...dont be lazy..electron will not help you...solid will go to school by bus...electron will stuck inte midlle of desert

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You can get sodium polyacrylate at Walmart.

sodium polyacrylate is biodegradeble if given enough time

Baking Soda is sodium bicarbonate, and is not a polymer which sodium polyacrylate surely is.

Sodium polyacrylate was invented, not discovered. In 1966, Robert Niles Bashaw, Bobby Leroy Atkins, and Billy Gene Harper invented sodium polyacrylate for the Dow Chemical Company.

Sorry. Sodium polyacrylate doesn't seem to work. Certainly not the way it does with water.

I think gel is made of sodium polyacrylate. Sodium Polyacrylate, is also used in diapers, because it is super absorbent.

I'm not sure what you mean by dippers, but Sodium Polyacrylate absorbs water, several hundred times its weight.

when you mix water and polyacrylate you turn a liquid into a solid in seconds

Sodium Polyacrylate is used in many different things. Examples would be such things as disposable diapers, laundry detergent, and fake snow, and when you go to the store and buy the amazing growing dinosaurs. Those are only some of the uses for Sodium Polyacrylate.

babies diaper, absorbmant pad

Sodium polyacrylate vitis vinifera and dissolver is sodium chloride

The ingredients of H2Goo are "Sodium Polyacrylate, Sodium Chloride, Fragrance, Color".

sodium polyacrylate and water

I don't think it would be good for you.

Because sodium polyacrylate has many applications please see the link.

Sodium Polyacrylate is a polymer that naturally attracts water. The structures are called hydrogen bonding. They attract both hydrogen and oxygen in the water. It is the absorbent material in diapers.

Sodium polyacrylate can retain an enormous quantity of water by an absorption process.

A super-absorbent polymer called sodium polyacrylate.

The most important absorbent is sodium polyacrylate.

Sigma Aldrich sells it. See the link under Web Links to the left of this answer. They sell several different molecular weights. Just do a search for "sodium polyacrylate" in the product name search tab.

The "stuff" in disposable diapers is sodium polyacrylate, a superabsorbent ionic polymer.

it turns into a big pile on molten hot mush

Sodium Polyacrylate can absorb water 200 to 300 times its weight in tap water and holds it in a gooey gel. Pretty much the reason the baby poop goes all over the place

Assuming you mean modern disposable diapers, they usually contain layers of paper fluff and a chemical absorbent called sodium polyacrylate. Sodium polyacrylate can absorb 200 to 300 times its weight in liquid.


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